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July 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Petit St. Vincent Resort in Petit Saint Vincent, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Softly undulating hills covered by lush tropical foliage meet sugary white beaches on the dreamy 115-acre private island of Petit St. Vincent. This idylic island, also known as PSV, lies about 40 miles south of Saint Vincent in the Caribbean isles of the Grenadines. All 22 generously spaced, freestanding villas and cottages at this chic ecologically sustainable resort front the beach or are scattered around the island's bluffs boasting magnificent ocean views. Plushly designed lounges, indoor and outdoor dining areas, sun decks or gardens afford utmost privacy. Modern comforts include air conditioning, Bose iPod docking stations, Nespresso machines, and high-end bath amenities and towels. Purposely, the villas and cottages have no televisions or Internet connectivity for a chance to truly unplug from the stressful daily grind for a while.

With a two-to-one staff-to-guest ratio, the exclusive barefoot escape offers attentive, tailor-made services. Active guests can rent sail boats or kayaks from the water sports center to troll the crystalline turquoise waters, jog along the outdoor calisthenics fitness trail or play a round of tennis on the lighted tennis court. Zen-seekers may try no-impact workouts at the two secluded Yoga Pavilions facing Conch Bay or be pampered at the treetop Balinese-managed Hillside Spa in one of the four serene open-air rooms. Treatments like a Shirodhara Ayurvedic massage using a series of aromatic oils or a rejuvenating Marni Body Scrub with lemongrass; jasmine and ginger are guaranteed to soothe away pesky muscle aches. The luxury resort also has two dining options. Patrons at the more casual Beach Restaurant and Goatie's Bar can dig their toes in the sand while wielding an ice-cold locally brewed Hairoun Beer adjacent to the live lobster pool (Tip: Lobster season on the island runs from November until April). Elegant Pavilion Restaurant set atop a hill with views of the quaint harbor lends itself perfectly for a twosome romantic dinner. Gourmet cuisine at both eateries features fresh produce, herbs and even eggs from the resort's own organic garden and chickens. Slightly off the beaten path, this sundrenched tropical resort is the epitome of a luxe Caribbean hideaway.

Location of Petit St. Vincent Resort

Petit St. Vincent Resort
Private Island
Petit Saint Vincent, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Nearest Airport: UNI

Amenities for Petit St. Vincent Resort

  • General Information
  • 22 Ocean View Cottages
  • Dining
  • 2 Restaurants
  • Wine Cellar
  • Bar
  • Room Service
  • Picnics
  • Waterfront Dining
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Tennis Courts
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Wedding Planning Services
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Mini Bar
  • iPod Docks
  • No Televisions or Telephones
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Espresso Machine
  • Activities
  • Excursions
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Snorkeling
  • Yoga
  • Interests
  • All Inclusive
  • Beach

Reviews for Petit St. Vincent Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

This was spacious elegance in a beautiful Caribbean setting. We've been to the Grenadines before but never to Petit St Vincent, and we weren't disappointed. Super efficient transfer by boat got us to the Island before sundown, with a warm welcome from Otnel (cocktails at the ready - fabulous!) who took us on a quick tour by buggy around the resort before we reached our cottage. I preferred to call it our estate - a wonderfully appointed cottage with a garden onto the beach, coffee machine at the ready and fridge stocked with cold drinks. A quick unpack then off to Manager's cocktails in the main house - what an intro to a wonderful stay! We can't speak too highly of the staff and service levels - a great mix of informality, complete professionalism and attention to detail. Everyone had a smile and a welcome and we were looked after brilliantly. Highlights of our stay included: walking round the island (takes 50 minutes) and swimming off the several beaches as you go; climbing Marni Hill (10 minutes up, 20 minutes down); delicious food prepared from the freshest local ingredients; a super beach bar and outdoor dining at both the beach bar and main restaurant; a day's sailing with skipper Simba which took in some snorkling (wonderful seeing the turtles and starfish); yoga at the pavilion on the beach with Ketut; early morning juices and fruit platters delivered to our cottage; a trip over to neighbouring Petit Martinique; a delightful picnic for the trip home...... I could go on but I'll let you explore the magic that is PSV.

302trevorl - Gosport, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We travelled to PSV last week to celebrate our 20th anniversary. The resort is the perfect mix of attentive luxury service and peaceful natural privacy. Our cottage (#5) had a spectacular view of the Atlantic side of the island and was beautifully and comfortably furnished. The constant sound of the waves breaking over the reef made the ocean sound like it was right at our doorstep, even though we were quite a bit up off beach level. We enjoyed the food, LOVED the staff and luxuriated in the rugged beauty of the nature all around us. PSV is teeming with nature - flowers, birds, geckos and sea life. PSV is not a sterile environment but rather a living breathing natural island which we loved. Specifics to help... 1) Arrival in Barbados and travel to PSV - we were so excited to arrive and start the vacation that we walked right past Rose's son who was holding a PSV sign (BEFORE immigration). We ended up missing him and going through customs and out to the departures check-in unnecessarily. Carry the resort's phone number with you in case you make the same mistake...within 3 minutes of calling the resort, all was sorted out. We had a scheduled 4 hour wait and spent most of it in the executive lounge which made the time pass easily. The Union Island airport was closed unexpectedly but PSV and Mustique Airways rerouted us seamlessly to another island and we arrived at PSV with 6 other guests even a little earlier than we had expected. We were greeted with refreshing towels and welcome drinks and each of the 4 couples was whisked away in their own vehicle (mote) to our cottages. All very easy and seamless. 2) Bugs at dusk: tired from a long travel day, we snuggled in the hammock and fell asleep as the sun set. Heavenly... However we awoke half an hour later to mosquitos having a feast on my left arm... lesson learned. Under the sink there are mosquito coils, a homemade natural bug repellent (works well and smells great) and some other spray repellent if you need it The time around dusk is when the bugs come out and then are absent the rest of the day (spray your legs before dinner). 3) Go diving!! 2 reasons - world class dive team (truly great!) and wonderful dive sites. We have dived all over the Caribbean and central America and loved our diving experiences at PSV. Full service dive shop (opportunities for beginners too!) 4) West End Beach - we had a bluff cottage so didn't have the beach right outside our door like the beach cottages do. West End beach is gorgeous and is beautifully equipped with little "areas" to give everyone a little privacy (complete with beach chairs, table & chairs and hammocks) although we rarely saw anyone else on the beach. The island is surrounded by reefs and as such the entry can be rocky/coral filled in places. There are a couple of sandy, easy entry spots along West End beach but we found our water shoes were helpful. 5) Room/Beach Service: we had breakfast on our deck every morning and lunch on the beach twice - wish we had done this more! We gave a bottle of wine to the staff during our breakfast delivery one day and they made sure it arrived on the beach in the afternoon in a bucket of ice with glasses right at the requested time. All no problem! We brought along a bottle of our favorite champagne as well as a few other treats (to munch on and drink) which we enjoyed every evening on our deck before heading to dinner. We requested specific mixers and extras all of which appeared exactly as requested. (Tip: there are a couple of good duty free shops in the Barbados departure areas - I was told each passenger can bring 2 liters on the Mustique flight. There are also small bottles of spirits in your mini bar at typical mini bar prices and we had a bottle of wine from the resort's cellars...). We concur with some lovely fellow like-minded guests (and several reviewers) that the resort caters to travelers who are looking for a first class private retreat with impeccable service in an environment that takes full advantage of its beautiful and rugged surroundings. One fellow guest said it perfectly "expectations were exceeded, and those were high expectations!" We loved the relaxed elegance of PSV and did not miss not having a more social or upbeat environment. The finery/posh of the Ritz would be weirdly out of place here...

Kelly R - Boston, Massachusetts


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stayed here in December 2013,if I remember correctly. We liked it because it Was first class and very low key. Guests Run around in ragged clothes. Remarkably relaxed place. No action. No nightlife, but right on the beach. Food good, not great. No one socializes. Very private place. You Either love this sort of thing or don't. When We went it was all American Tourists. It's a High class resort. Wonderful ,if you are tired from work. Quiet.

Lisa S - New York City, New York


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

My wife & I stayed here for an incredible week in November '16. It literally is an island paradise. The rooms are beautiful, really rustic feeling, yet with all the modern convenience you need. The island is beautiful, with plenty of quiet spaces so that you can feel totally isolated, yet are only a yellow flag away from anything you need! The restaurants are excellent - with a huge range of ever changing options and an incredible wine list. The staff are simply amazing, just an incredible team of people who work diligently to make your stay perfect - without question the main strength of the island and something to be very proud about. The island also puts on lots of little optional evening activities that are really interesting - beach cinema, wine tasting etc. All really enjoyable! The digital detox is also something that is very welcome. Top Tip - use the free mosquito spray provided - works really well and smells wonderful!

lennybaker - Warrington, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

From the moment that Maurice greeted us at the Union Island airport to the time he hugged us goodbye the experience at Petit St. Vincent resort was magical. The water service to the island on the Artemis was comfortable and short. We were met at the dock by Matt the general manager who always had a smile and friendly demeanor. After a quick tour of the island on a "moke" we were taken to our cottage and after entering the arched wooden doorway, were in awe of the view. I told Matt that I wouldn't be leaving the cottage much because of the fabulous view. The butler room service was always quick and on time and Kenny, Cleon, Keon went over the top with any requests we had. Annich who was the wine steward recommended some great labels and had wine delivered to our cottage. The beaches were private and lunch service 5 star. The dining room was relaxing with good appointments and entertainment. The beach restaurant was incredible and the grilled lobster was awesome. Our trip to the Tobago Cays aboard the Beauty was relaxing and we had great boat partners to share travel stories with. The currents were particularly strong when we were there however we were able to see some great reefs and fish at Horseshoe reef and also the turtles inside the Cays. The food was gourmet and first class cuisine. All staff greeted you with a welcome and smile and everyone made sure you were accommodated. The dive shop crew were informative and we met Alex at the managers reception who provided some great information about restoring the reef surrounding the island. The waters were vivid blues and greens; some of the most beautiful I have seen. The resort is very pro-environment and self sustains with it's own gardens and chickens. Seafood is bought from the local fishermen and very fresh. As a travel agent, I would highly recommend this resort to those travelers looking for a great experience and top notch customer service.

Beverly B - Pensacola, Florida


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